Orthogonal persistence revisited
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The social and economic importance of large bodies of programs and data that are potentially long-lived has attracted much attention in the commercial and research communities. Here we concentrate on a set of methodologies and technologies called persistent programming. In particular we review programming language support for the concept of orthogonal persistence, a technique for the uniform treatment of objects irrespective of their types or longevity. While research in persistent programming has become unfashionable, we show how the concept is beginning to appear as a major component of modern systems. We relate these attempts to the original principles of orthogonal persistence and give a few hints about how the concept may be utilised in the future.
Dearle , A , Kirby , G & Morrison , R 2009 , Orthogonal persistence revisited . in M C Norrie & M Grossniklaus (eds) , Object Databases : Second International Conference, ICOODB 2009 . Lecture Notes in Computer Science , vol. 5936/2010 , Springer-Verlag , Berlin , pp. 1-22 , 2nd International Conference on Object Databases (ICOODB 2009) , Zurich , Switzerland , 1 July . DOI: 10.1007/978-3-642-14681-7_1conference
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